Fire crew from Sutton help free person trapped between minibus and wall following smash

09:57 18 August 2014

The scene of the collision, in Earith.

The scene of the collision, in Earith.

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Firefighters from Sutton helped free a person trapped between a minibus and a wall following a collision in Earith on Saturday.

The scene of the collision, in Earith.The scene of the collision, in Earith.

The incident took place shortly after midnight in Hill Row Causeway, with firefighters from Sutton joining colleagues from Huntingdon at the scene of the crash.

A spokesman for Cambridgeshire Fire and Rescue Service said: “One casualty was trapped between a minibus and a wall and firefighters used specialist equipment to release the person.

“One other casualty was released prior to the fire service arrival and both casualties were left in the care of the ambulance service.”

Emergency services remained at the scene for more than two hours.

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